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    1. From primarily gatherer to, as the chronology of time rolled slowly on, gatherer/hunter, then again with a sufficient passage of time, it became hunter/gatherer, as this new part of his changing diet gained ascendancy

    2. The promise of the Morning Star, the universality of the Christian institution, had imploded upon itself in the afternoon of its ascendancy, leaving its fractured remnants to careen across the heavens of Man’s infidelity!

    3. Again in chapter 9, “Man’s gods, that had thus been brought forth, evolved in step with his own growing abilities to manage other forms of life to his benefit…Then, those forces of nature whose powers were at a level unmatched by any displayed by mere animals, gained ascendancy in the fertile mind of Man

    4. Some beliefs “gained ascendancy in the mind of Man to the point of worship,” only to later slip into the “void of an unremembered past,” a victim of the ossification of stasis, a result of commanded commitment rather than the excitement of willing acceptance

    5. It is the politically correct judgments of a revolutionary ascendancy that are ushering American society toward the deconstruction of itself

    6. troubling, since his ascendancy to the Prime Minister's Office

    7. The Lord of the North’s Pillar of Fire by night and Hovering Cloud by day was nowhere to be seen that might have dulled or challenged Aten’s ascendancy

    8. day was nowhere to be seen that might have dulled or challenged Aten's ascendancy

    9. You dangled the carrot we needed to win our own ascendancy to power

    10. of enjoyment and ascendancy are to be expected, even encouraged, but without something

    11. He fully believed in, and did not hesitate to assert, the ascendancy of his divine nature over his human nature

    12. 13 By this paganization of Christianity the old order won many minor victories of a ritualistic nature, but the Christians gained the ascendancy in that:

    13. Your makers gave you the ability to develop beyond your initial limits, but failed to see the missing element that was needed for your ultimate ascendancy

    14. ascendancy of that term over the broader intent of Expansive po-

    15. The lessons of the Battle of Britain were not heeded, and offensive thinking remained in the ascendancy

    16. Of course it’s equally possible that the balance of power in the world could move to the east and that the existing ascendancy of

    17. ascendancy to power in 1948 in South Africa and remained the force behind the

    18. It is often assumed that it is publicity which makes the difference, but beyond local exposure these battles only hit the headlines after the locals had won, or at least were very much in the ascendancy

    19. The politico-religious ascendancy that Medina afforded Muhammad enabled him to deal with the Jews, the Christians and the idolaters, read the Meccans, rather aggressively

    20. If only, their legitimate aspirations of political ascendancy were allowed to come to fruition under the Congress banner, the politics of the day would not have degenerated into caste combinations and communal permutations

    21. Both god and demigod vied for ascendancy within the same space but it started to become clear who actually held the advantage

    22. It is symbolic of coming and ascendancy of a great source of Truth, Wisdom, and Justice emanating from the Creator

    23. and will be replaced by the ascendancy of great wisdom and knowledge founded on Truth, Justice

    24. Conflict and tension arise in the interaction between the part of the Self’s soul, spirit and personality, seeking intellectual, emotional and spiritual stimulation and fulfillment in relation to transcendent ascendancy, and the part, being driven by base instincts, manifest in the particular psychological and ‘physical’ components such as aggression, power, fear, sex drive and need for food, water and shelter

    25. This psycho-spiritual hole we may or may not sometimes experience, this potential sense of emptiness within may have a positive outcome in motivating and inspiring Self towards personal transcendent ascendancy in opposition to the personal dimensions of base instincts

    26. This process of personal transcendent ascendancy of Self and Self’s Spirit may include the improved understanding and expression of intra and interpersonal thoughts and feelings that encompass the values and attitudes that drive behaviours and speech relating to a spirit of charity, compassion and reconciliation, etcetera

    27. Zion also symbolizes the return and growth (ascendancy) of ancient wisdom and therefore the

    28. symbolism of the sun rising in the east translates as the ascendancy of truth and justice and the

    29. of the rising sun as a symbol for the growth and ascendancy of truth, knowledge, wisdom,

    30. and ascendancy of the USA, as well as the transformation of the entire world based on the American

    31. It is symbolic of coming and ascendancy of a great

    32. my Virgo qualities, my stars, planets and sun ascendancy and a concise expose of the

    33. To curb this inconvenient (which he concluded due to a suppression of latent heat), having advised with certain counsellors of worth and inspected into this matter, he had resolved to purchase in fee simple for ever the freehold of Lambay island from its holder, lord Talbot de Malahide, a Tory gentleman of note much in favour with our ascendancy party

    34. It was now for more than the middle span of our allotted years that he had passed through the thousand vicissitudes of existence and, being of a wary ascendancy and self a man of rare forecast, he had enjoined his heart to repress all motions of a rising choler and, by intercepting them with the readiest precaution, foster within his breast that plenitude of sufferance which base minds jeer at, rash judgers scorn and all find tolerable and but tolerable

    35. " Morrel, subdued by the extraordinary ascendancy Monte Cristo exercised over everything around him, did not endeavor to resist it

    36. The baroness had looked forward to this marriage as a means of ridding her of a guardianship which, over a girl of Eugenie's character, could not fail to be rather a troublesome undertaking; for in the tacit relations which maintain the bond of family union, the mother, to maintain her ascendancy over her daughter, must never fail to be a model of wisdom and a type of perfection

    37. While there she had met a young man named Harold Latimer, who had acquired an ascendancy over he and had eventually persuaded her to fly with him

    38. Without going into details, I may say that it defined the position of Great Britain towards the Triple Alliance, and fore-shadowed the policy which this country would pursue in the event of the French fleet gaining a complete ascendancy over that of Italy in the Mediterranean

    39. meat-stores, we had conceived that man, even with his primitive weapons, had established his ascendancy upon the plateau

    40. Not his ascendancy alone, however, held me in thrall at present

    41. And so great was his invariable and irresistible ascendancy over his mother that even now she could not bring herself to pull away her hand

    42. However people of our upper classes (feeling that their ascendancy can only be maintained as long as they separate themselves—the rich and learned—from the laborers, the poor, and the unlearned) may seek to devise new conceptions of life by which their privileges may be perpetuated,—now the ideal of returning to antiquity, now mysticism, now Hellenism, now the cult of the superior person (over-man-ism),—they have, willingly or unwillingly, to admit the truth which is elucidating itself from all sides, voluntarily and involuntarily, namely, that our welfare lies only in the unification and the brotherhood of man

    43. I had observed that as the number of pairs in Volta's pile had been extended, and their size and the energy of the interposed agents lessened, the ratio of the electrical effects to those of heat had increased; till in De Luc's column they had become completely predominant; and, on the other hand, when the pairs were made larger and fewer (as in Children's apparatus) the calorific influence had gained the ascendancy

    44. This style of thought, set off by a fair share of witty expression and ever-ready impertinence, gave Felix a kind of ascendancy in his circle of intimates—but naturally it gained him no friends

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